Hallin Fell Walk

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Easy
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1h
Distance
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2.0 km
Elevation
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160 m
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Hallin Fell Walk

The Hallin Fell Walk is a short 2.0 km circuit that will take you up to a summit viewpoint overlooking Ullswater and the beautiful landscape of the Lake District. The trail will see you climb gently uphill through the rugged moorland terrain of Hallin Fell before coming to the rock cairn marking the viewpoint. This quick adventure with breathtaking views can be enjoyed by walkers of almost every skill level and is perfectly suited for a weekend excursion with the family

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Route Description for Hallin Fell Walk

Besides a bit of boggy terrain along the trail, the only real downside to the Hallin Fell Walk is that it simply just isn’t long enough! If you are looking to extend your walk to spend some extra time taking in the amazing views overlooking Ullswater and the surrounding fells of the Lake District, make sure to bring a GPS or trail map in order to follow some of the intersecting trails that can be found in the area. Additionally, spaces at the car park are limited, so be sure to arrive early enough to secure one.

Setting out from the car park, the trail will take you east along the road for a short distance before turning to the north to begin the climb uphill. Here, you will traverse a stretch of moorland terrain that can sometimes be a bit boggy, making water-resistant boots a good idea if you are planning to complete this route in wet weather. After reaching the carin at the summit of Hallin Fell, you will be ankle to enjoy sweeping views of the surrounding Lake District landscape that includes the deep blue expanse of Ullswater before you, as well as Gowbarrow Fell, Green Hill, and Birk Crag across the water to the north. After taking in the views, take the trail leading to the southwest to descend the hillside along a different route that will lead you right back to the car park where you began your adventure.

Getting to the Hallin Fell Walk Trailhead

To reach the car park for the Hallin Fell Walk from Pooley Bridge, make your way southeast for 0.2 km on High Street and turn right at the first cross street. Follow this for 5.1 km and keep to the right, continuing on for another 0.6 km. Make a slight right here and follow the road for 1.1 km to find the car park on the right.

Route Information

  • When to do

    Year-Round

  • Backcountry Campsites

    No

  • Pets allowed

    Yes - On Leash

  • Family friendly

    Yes

  • Route Signage

    Average

  • Crowd Levels

    Moderate

  • Route Type

    Circuit

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